In accordance with Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, the applicants FMC International and Syngenta Crop Protection submitted two requests to the competent national authority in France, respectively, to set import tolerances for the active substance cyantraniliprole in various crops and to modify the existing maximum residue levels (MRLs) in apricots. The data submitted in support of the requests were found sufficient to derive MRL proposals for apricots, potatoes, tropical root and tuber vegetables, cucurbits (inedible peel), lettuces and salad plants, Chinese cabbage and other leafy brassica (except kale), spinaches and similar leaves (except spinach), parsley and minor oilseeds. based on the risk assessment results, EFSA concluded that the dietary intake of residues resulting from the uses of cyantraniliprole according to the reported agricultural practices is unlikely to present a risk to consumer health for the parent compound. A definitive conclusion on the risk for consumers cannot be derived for the degradation products IN-N5M09 and IN-F6L99 which are formed during cooking/boiling. For both compounds, the concerns on genotoxicity have been ruled out, but the general toxicity has not been addressed. The indicative exposure calculated by the EMS and EFSA for these compounds is affected by non-standard uncertainties but can support risk managers to take an informed decision on the requested modification of the existing MRLs for the crops under assessment.